HOUSTON – JUNE 14, 2011 – There will be more baby boomers retiring this year than ever before. Sometimes when people retire, they feel useless and fail to plan for a life without working. Certified Personal Trainer, Yvette Goree-Harris encourages retirees to become more active and to get in better shape, not just for looks but for health. Exercise is the true “fountain of youth.” Most women spend their entire lives working and taking care of the family. They leave themselves for last. When retirement comes, they immediately see a decrease in energy and weight gain because of inactivity and poor eating habits.
Most just get comfortable in an “easy chair”. Yvette Goree-Harris says get up and move. If you don’t use it, you will surely lose it. Yvette specializes in working with women over 35. By starting an exercise routine with cardio and weights, you immediately see a difference in how you look and feel. You increase energy strength and endurance while reducing your weight, blood pressure and stress level. By eating healthier meals you will see the pounds shed. Retirement is a time of joy and freedom. Enjoy it and LIVE well!
As owner of G.U.M.B.O. Fitness which stands for Get Up and Move Your Butt Operation, Yvette’s mission is to inspire the community to fitness and good health. Yvette provides fitness tips every Tuesday between 9 and 10:00 a.m. on Fox 26 Morning News Extra. For over 30 years, Yvette has worked in the fitness industry. She specializes in working with women in private, semi-private or groups to create healthy, fit, energized bodies. Her body sculpting techniques have produced excellent results. She is also a Post Rehab Specialist and certified to work with seniors to increase strength and flexibility to facilitate independent living. Yvette provides fitness workshops and boot camps for corporate and private organizations throughout the Houston area.
You will see why her “no nonsense style with a smile” training methods lead to GREAT SUCESS! Contact Yvette Goree Harris today by going to her website atwww.gumbofitness.com or emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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